COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING & TREATING BIOFILMS (non-CME)
Friday, September 15: 2:45PM - 3:45PM

ABOUT THE LECTURE:
Infection and endotoxins from biofilms in the GI tract play a large role in far reaching health concerns, and contribute to or directly cause systemic inflammation, including autoimmune disorders, heart disease, chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia syndromes, diabetes, gum disease and more. Biofilms have been difficult to address with conventional medicine, but recent research into plant based approaches have demonstrated great success. The goal of this presentation is to the expand participants understanding of the formation, composition and life cycle of biofilms and the role that these play in chronic disease, and provide simple and clear steps using plant based medicines to eliminate biofilms and restore health. Infection and endotoxins from biofilms in the GI tract play a large role in far reaching health concerns, and contribute to or directly cause systemic inflammation, including autoimmune disorders, heart disease, chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia syndromes, diabetes, gum disease and more.

Biofilms have been difficult to address with conventional medicine, but recent research into plant based approaches have demonstrated great success. The goal of this presentation is to the expand participants understanding of the formation, composition and life cycle of biofilms and the role that these play in chronic disease, and provide simple and clear steps using plant based medicines to eliminate biofilms and restore health. Infection and endotoxins from biofilms in the GI tract play a large role in far reaching health concerns, and contribute to or directly cause systemic inflammation, including autoimmune disorders, heart disease, chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia syndromes, diabetes, gum disease and more. Biofilms have been difficult to address with conventional medicine, but recent research into plant based approaches have demonstrated great success. The goal of this presentation is to the expand participants understanding of the formation, composition and life cycle of biofilms and the role that these play in chronic disease, and provide simple and clear steps using plant based medicines to eliminate biofilms and restore health. Infection and endotoxins from biofilms in the GI tract play a large role in far reaching health concerns, and contribute to or directly cause systemic inflammation, including autoimmune disorders, heart disease, chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia syndromes, diabetes, gum disease and more.

Biofilms have been difficult to address with conventional medicine, but recent research into plant based approaches have demonstrated great success. The goal of this presentation is to the expand participants understanding of the formation, composition and life cycle of biofilms and the role that these play in chronic disease, and provide simple and clear steps using plant based medicines to eliminate biofilms and restore health. Infection and endotoxins from biofilms in the GI tract play a large role in far reaching health concerns, and contribute to or directly cause systemic inflammation, including autoimmune disorders, heart disease, chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia syndromes, diabetes, gum disease and more. Biofilms have been difficult to address with conventional medicine, but recent research into plant based approaches have demonstrated great success. The goal of this presentation is to the expand participants understanding of the formation, composition and life cycle of biofilms and the role that these play in chronic disease, and provide simple and clear steps using plant based medicines to eliminate biofilms and restore health.
   

Rachel Fresco, PhD
ABOUT DR. FRESCO:
Dr. Rachel Fresco, L. Ac. Ph. D. is the founder and chief formulator for Bio-Botanical Research. In 1989 Dr. Fresco began looking for ways to improve GI health and address systemic infections. One of the results of this research is Biocidin®, a broad spectrum botanical formulation. This formula been recognized by many major diagnostic labs, clinicians and authors as one of the most effective products for addressing difficult and resistant clinical presentations. Dr. Fresco presents lectures internationally at medical conferences and shares her research on the topics of biofilms, the link between GI dysbiosis and systemic inflammation, and the use of plant based medicines in clinical practice. For further information contact drfresco@biocidin.com

DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
Dr. Rachel Fresco's disclosure is pending

 

 


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